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jewellri

Frustrated with car stalling

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Thank you. I have ordered the part and will keep you posted.

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I would say that it is one of the 2 fuel pressure sensors over anything else. One thing to note is that if you are under 60k miles, these parts would be covered under the power train warranty.

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I would say that it is one of the 2 fuel pressure sensors over anything else. One thing to note is that if you are under 60k miles, these parts would be covered under the power train warranty.

Well howdy stranger!

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Well howdy stranger!

Hey back at you!

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Does anyone know if the purge valve and cannister in addition to the fuel rail sensors mentioned above would also be covered under the powertrain warranty?

Our 2013 Fusion Titanium has started the same thing. Wife actually stalled at light just outside gas station tonight and was almost rear ended. Took multiple attempts, but she finally got it started. After reading this thread, asked her about other fill-ups and she said she was noticing the shudder and rough idle after filling it up intermittently for many months. She does not top off the tank after the gas nozzle stops the first time. This was first time the car stalled completely. Car has less than 40,000 miles.

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2013 Warranty Guide:

 

(1) Your vehicle’s Powertrain components are covered for five years or
60,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The extended coverage applies to
the Engine: all internal lubricated parts, cylinder block, cylinder heads,
electrical fuel pump, electronic engine control unit, engine mounts,
flywheel, injection pump, manifold (exhaust and intake), manifold bolts,
oil pan, oil pump, seals and gaskets, thermostat, thermostat housing,
timing chain cover, timing chain (gears or belt),
turbocharger/supercharger unit, valve covers, water pump;

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Did we ever decide whether it was covered under the 8/80K emissions warranty?

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Did we ever decide whether it was covered under the 8/80K emissions warranty?

They're not covered, Allen. The 8/80 emissions warranty covers 3 specific parts:

 

EMISSIONS DEFECT WARRANTY COVERAGE

 

During the warranty coverage period, Ford Motor Company warrants

that:

• your vehicle or engine is designed, built, and equipped to meet - at

the time it is sold - the emissions regulations of the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

• your vehicle or engine is free from emission-related defects in

factory-supplied materials or workmanship, which are defects that

could prevent the vehicle or engine from conforming with applicable

EPA regulations.

• you will not be charged for diagnosis, repair, replacement, or

adjustment of parts containing an emissions-related defect. Applicable

parts are listed under What is Covered? on pages 20-21.

The warranty coverage period for:

• Passenger cars, light duty trucks (applies to vehicles up to 8,500

pounds GVWR)

— 8 years or 80,000 miles (whichever occurs first) for catalytic

converters, electronic emissions control unit, and onboard

emissions diagnostic devices.

— 3 years or 36,000 miles (whichever occurs first) for all other

covered parts.

The TCM used to be included also but apparently, that's no longer the case.

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I am sorry that I did not read all of the post but this looks like the area of the problem that I am having.

 

When I let off of the gas pedal and cost for about 1/4 mile I will here a vibrating type of noise (minus the vibration, just that type of noise) and the car will just shut off. I can turn the key off and reset it and it will start right up again. I explained this to my dealer and nothing was a definite answer and I did not want to have to pay for diagnostic time so it was left that I drive the car until it stops completely. 

 

I think it is time for another visit to the dealership.

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